Watch These Videos!- Thank You Brian Cashman and Aaron Judge For Providing The Jet Fuel To Propel the #RedSox Past The #Yankees In Te #ALDS #DoDamage


July 31, 2018 Quote from Brian Cashman, Yankees GM “You wonder what their record would be if they weren’t playing us. Because when we go head to head, we do some damage against them, and it doesn’t seem like anybody else is capable.”

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This quote from Yankees general Manager Brian Cashman ended up being the slogan on the Red Sox American League Postseason Hoodies and if you don’t think they used it as motivation you just don’t get it.

In Game 1 Aaron Judge the Yankees slugger went 3 for 5 with a homer.

In the first inning of Game 2 with David Price turning in a horrible performance Judge set the tone with a second inning blast hit to the deepest part of the park and absolute bomb.

The Yankees went on to win game 2 and after showering up Judge walked down the concourse at Fenway just outside the Red Sox clubhouse blasting Frank Sinatra’s “New York New York”

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If you don’t think between the Cashman quote and Judge trolling the Red Sox in their house after a brutal loss blasting “New York New York just outside their clubhouse added fuel and motivation then you don’t know sports and I feel sorry for you.

The Red Sox went on to win games 3 and 4 in New York and after the Red Sox won the series in New York they blasted “New Nork New York” to stuff it right back in Judge’s face.

Love it.  Love the rivalry.  Love the pettiness.  Whatever it takes!

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And Wally gets in on the action getting the last laugh.

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3 thoughts on “Watch These Videos!- Thank You Brian Cashman and Aaron Judge For Providing The Jet Fuel To Propel the #RedSox Past The #Yankees In Te #ALDS #DoDamage

  1. When I saw those sweatshirts, I loved them. I thought they were great. I had no idea it was a quote from Mr. Cashman. Hats off to the Red Sox. Good luck moving forward.


  2. It was quite an adventure late night for me watching too on the Korean sports channel cable have a lot of players playing in America too very popular here since 1982 KBO…Well done Joey! 🙂

    Sourced Internet Public:
    Hanguk Yagu Seonsukkwon Daehoe), is the highest level league of baseball in South Korea. The KBO League was founded with six franchises in 1982, and has expanded to ten franchises.[3] Nine of the ten franchises are named after the companies or business conglomerates which own them, while one sold their naming rights (Nexen Heroes).[4] The KBO League is the most popular sports league in South Korea.[5] Kia Tigers (formerly (Haitai Tigers Kwang Ju then) are the most successful team, having won 11 out of the 36 championships.

    🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂


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